Vichy Springs Resort in Ukiah
Vichy Hot Springs Resort and Spa calls Mendocino County, California, home. With a rich and fascinating history dating back into the 1800s, Vichy is California state landmark #980. Vichy hot springs high mineral bubbly baths have the same water as Vichy, France, hence the name given in the 1850s. This hot springs resort and spa offers its visitors a variety of soaking opportunities. A hot soaking pool and naturally carbonated Vichy mineral baths bring relaxation to all who choose to enjoy.
Day users or those who wish to stay overnight at Vichy Springs can indulge in over 700 acres of hiking, along with their soak. Keep in mind, swimsuits are required in all areas of Vichy Hot Springs Resort, and pets are not allowed anywhere on the property.
Vichy Springs Resort Facilities
The naturally carbonated Vichy Baths offer healing qualities to those who relax in their warmth. Vichy Hot Springs offers 14, 160-year-old soaking tubs, 10 inside and 4 outside. Visitors will also find an in-ground communal Hot Pool. Once you’re heated up, take a refreshing dip in Vichy’s Olympic size, seasonal swimming pool. One can also take a short 30-minute hike to Chemisal Falls on Little Grizzly Creek. Vichy does not use chlorine in any of their pools.
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Hot Spring Pool Rates:
$35 for up to 2 hours
$70 full day enjoyment
Swimsuit and towel rental available
Vichy Overnight Accommodations
Historic cottages, suites and a variety of rooms with mountain or creekside views are among the overnight accommodations at Vichy Hot Springs Resort and Spa. Rooms have private baths, wifi and are accompanied by the use of the hot springs and a full buffet breakfast.
Single Occupancy $185 to $260
Double Occupancy $ 245 to $455
Additional Guests, per room (including children) $70
Directions to Vichy Springs Resort
A mere 5-10 minute drive in Ukiah, California will land you at Vichy. Traveling South on Main St. turn left onto Perkins Street, which merges into Vichy Springs Road. Keep an eye out, because you’ll have to turn right to make sure to stay on Vichy Springs Road. Before you know it, Vichy Hot Springs Resort will be before you!
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1 Review on “Vichy Springs Resort”
I stayed here several years ago and really enjoyed it, the hot spring bathtub things, not so much. But the grounds are lovely and they hiking is really nice. The rooms were without tv and phones so it was like staying in a cabin. I see now they have wifi though.